No Lights, No Ly­cra craze to hit Hor­sham

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No Lights No Ly­cra, a global dance craze started in Mel­bourne in 2009 by un­ruly dance stu­dents, has found a home in Hor­sham.

In col­lab­o­ra­tion with the ‘This Girl Can’ Vic Health cam­paign, Wim­mera Health Care Group and Hor­sham Aquatic Cen­tre have part­nered to bring the dance craze to the city.

Wim­mera Health Care Group com­mu­nity health nurse Ni­cole Miller said No Lights No Ly­cra was a fully in­clu­sive and non-judg­men­tal space, with no lights, no ly­cra, no teacher, no steps to learn and no tech­nique, just free move­ment.

“It’s set up as a space where you can com­pletely let go, shake out the stresses of the week and lose yourself in the mu­sic, just like danc­ing in your own lounge room at home,” she said.

No Lights No Ly­cra runs dance nights through­out Australia and the world and is de­scribed as a daggy, non-pre­ten­tious place to com­pletely be yourself. “It doesn’t mat­ter if you are new to danc­ing and ex­er­cise or a gym reg­u­lar,” Mrs Miller said.

“All that mat­ters is that you are giv­ing it a go. Come and try some­thing new. Bring a friend, work col­league, a neigh­bour, your daugh­ter, sis­ter, or your mum.”

No Lights No Ly­cra is on Thurs­days from 7.10pm, start­ing on June 21 at Hor­sham Aquatic Cen­tre. En­try is free.

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